not tarnished, contaminated, or polluted: he was untainted by the scandal
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How to use untainted in a sentence
Big critic Neil Barofsky was ‘untainted by financial knowledge.’Speed Read: The Juiciest Bits From Timothy Geithner’s New Memoir | William O’Connor | May 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Judges too want their 15 minutes of fame, outcomes untainted by media hype be damned.
He and his band are untainted by political skullduggery and economic interest, not to mention accusations of theft.
They may be the kind of scandal that requires a thorough investigation untainted by even the suspicion of bias.
Short on experience but untainted by Washington, this one is in touch with the people.
He maintained that no attainment can be made, and no virtue can remain untainted, without learning.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I | John Lord
It will not be supposed that the church escaped untainted, amidst all these causes of corruption.Fox's Book of Martyrs | John Foxe
And the virtue of healing by laying on of hands existed in particular noble families of untainted blood.The Mysteries of All Nations | James Grant
According to all accounts it is a good lake for fish, and its shores are untainted by the habitations of man.Three in Norway | James Arthur Lees
Your moral character is untainted: the very nature of your sufferings, as you will observe, demonstrates that.Clarissa, Volume 6 (of 9) | Samuel Richardson